You will remember that there are three specific events in the Word in which we are told that God’s intent and purpose was to restore again the Tabernacle of David. He never said he was going to again restore the Temple of Solomon.
As you can see from our sharing thus far, things have turned into a real adventure for us. But this has only been a drop in the bucket for what is about to unfold. For the first time in my life, the time I spent with David on my first trip to heaven began to really make sense. I understood the passion he had for worship. I understood the drive in him to establish this simple Tabernacle in order to put the presence of the Lord on display for all of Israel. I understood the real consequences of having that kind of worship and praise as the CenterPoint for a nation.
In the previous two weeks discussion on David’s Tabernacle, we laid out the history of Judah and Israel during the times of the kings who followed the pattern established by David with the three families of Asaph, Heman and Jeduthun and the 24 hours of praise and worship that went forth around the tabernacle.
The history of the ministry of the Tabernacle of David in Israel spanned a total of seven kings over several hundred years. In fact, after the division of Israel when Jeroboam came up out of Egypt and took ten of the tribes with him, the Tabernacle of David ceased to exist in what was then referred to as Israel. It only remained among the kings who were of David’s lineage – and then only seven total, including David and Solomon. It was a costly lesson as we shall see as things unfold.
Over the next few weeks, I’d like to take you to a vision that the Lord gave to me beginning back in the early 1970’s when I was at Long Beach Christian Center. That was only a beginning. In the years that have gone by since, this vision has grown again, and again, and again. Just when I think I’ve gotten to a full understanding of what God was doing, he peels away another layer of revelation.
THE TRUMPET HAS BEEN SET TO THE MOUTH! There! How do you like that for an introduction? We're talking about a direct message conveyed by an angel of the Lord. I'll share it with you momentarily.
Felicitations! In John 14:6, Jesus makes perhaps the one single statement that separates our walk with Him from religion and -- more than that -- from the spirit of Babylon and Mammon.
I always get excited when I see immediate answers to prayers, decrees and declarations -- but even more so when they take place in a corporate setting, and the individual(s) you are praying for or declaring over is literally across the continent!
OK. I missed my assumption by a little over a week concerning the Global Currency Reset. We've already noted that the Iraqi Dinar -- the IQD (now becoming the IQN on FOREX markets) -- has been established as the pivot currency for this event.
Whewww!!!! Four days of temperatures reaching 111 degrees and our AC quitting on the first day with no repairman available until the fifth day makes sitting in the office and writing these Coffee Breaks just a tad difficult.